UVM's campus life is always energized. Because UVM students are an active bunch, life on campus does not disappoint. When class is over for the day, UVM students are involved in any of more than 150 campus organizations. They are passionate about service, sports, the arts, the environment and their communities. Check out the Davis Student Center — homebase for student involvement on campus.
At UVM, we know that where you sleep and what you eat can make your college experience richer.
- Housing: From traditional residence hall options to programmed housing where you engage in your social or intellectual passion, UVM housing will make you feel right at home.
- Campus: It's lovely. Breathtaking setting, grand old buildings, environmentally conscious new construction.
- Diversity: No two UVM students are alike. We celebrate that.
At UVM, being involved and having fun are one-in-the-same.
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The University of Vermont Howard Fountain is removed from the UVM Green for a restoration. The video follows the restoration process of the fountain and learns about the fountain's history.
James M. Jeffords Hall, a new life sciences building that opened its doors to students in the fall of 2010, is one of the largest and most significant academic structures ever built on the UVM campus. Its faculty research labs and seven undergraduate teaching labs are cutting edge, full of state-of-the-art equipment.
For several weeks, ten senior nursing students accompanied Associate Professor Sarah Abrams to Kamuli, Uganda. There, the group immersed themselves in the health care of rural Uganda, from improving sanitation in and around homes to delivering babies at the local mission hospital.
When senior art major Grace Weaver came to UVM, she planned to study biology. A painting class with professor Steve Budington during sophomore year won over her intellectual affiliation, but her scientific curiosity lives on through her artistic explorations.
University of Vermont Environmental Program and Global Studies student Jens Pharr collects compost on the UVM campus by bicycle. Jens works for One Revolution Bicycle Delivery Cooperative in Burlington, Vermont.